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Stokes County Boys
027 - In the Garage, Vol. II

Stokes County Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2020 52:54


Episode 27 in which the SC Boys (Patrick and Philip) are back in the garage tackling the most important issues with their good friend Zach! (Recorded in October 2020) Topics include (but not limited to): Best shows at Philadelphia's Electric Factory in the 00s Bob Dylan Getting tix to see Paul McCartney Ronnie James Dio Zach's earliest Pro Wrestling Memories Bret Hart 2015-2016 NXT All Elite Wrestling Starrcade 1997 Rate, Review, and Subscribe. Do not miss that next episode, now! Where to find us online! Twitter: @SCBoysPod Instagram: @stokescountyboys Email: stokescountyboys@gmail.com Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2db8mudoCDDZj0vsm6UCDP?si=Qk-U6MPxSEqibf61x1CS_A  Support the show! Help us keep the pod going and you can choose the theme of a future episode!: https://anchor.fm/scboys/support Cover Art: Gorgeous George Music Credit: "In the Garage" by Weezer --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scboys/support

Crack it Open Podcast
Crack It Open Podcast Episode 21 - The No Flub Club with JB - Cards, Twitter and Electric Factories!

Crack it Open Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2020 97:57


On this Episode we get right in to it with one of the most Polarizing Men in cards JB @OldTownCards. We discuss Buying and Selling slabs and singles, Card Twitter and everything in between. This is an Electric Factory for the Ages that we wrap up with some in depth takes on Up or Down! Thanks again to JB and look forward to more of the No Flub Club in the Future!!

En Perspectiva
La Mesa TIC - Parte 3 08.09.2020

En Perspectiva

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2020 8:35


Tema: ¿Qué perspectivas hay para la industria de TI en el mundo cuando pase la pandemia? Con Avedis Boudakian, de The Electric Factory, desde Puerto Rico; Javi Creus, fundador de Ideas For Change, desde Barcelona; Jorge Goulou, vicepresidente de IBM para Latinoamérica, desde Buenos Aires; y Gerardo Valeri, cofundador de Pyxis, desde Medellín.

En Perspectiva
La Mesa TIC - Parte 2 08.09.2020

En Perspectiva

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2020 21:21


Tema: ¿Qué perspectivas hay para la industria de TI en el mundo cuando pase la pandemia? Con Avedis Boudakian, de The Electric Factory, desde Puerto Rico; Javi Creus, fundador de Ideas For Change, desde Barcelona; Jorge Goulou, vicepresidente de IBM para Latinoamérica, desde Buenos Aires; y Gerardo Valeri, cofundador de Pyxis, desde Medellín.

En Perspectiva
La Mesa TIC - Parte 1 08.09.2020

En Perspectiva

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2020 27:53


Tema: ¿Qué perspectivas hay para la industria de TI en el mundo cuando pase la pandemia? Con Avedis Boudakian, de The Electric Factory, desde Puerto Rico; Javi Creus, fundador de Ideas For Change, desde Barcelona; Jorge Goulou, vicepresidente de IBM para Latinoamérica, desde Buenos Aires; y Gerardo Valeri, cofundador de Pyxis, desde Medellín.

Unsilent Death Podcast
Episode 4 - Featuring Nicky of Nothing

Unsilent Death Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2020 54:44


Enjoying being in the studio recording Process of spending 30 days in the studio recording Tired Of Tomorrow Recording with different Producers Desire to record in Los Angeles Studios Process of doing music videos Overseeing all the duties in Nothing Producing the 'Blue Line Baby' video Producing videos for bands outside of Nothing Handling press and interviews Being misunderstood Nothing playing with Kozelek/Broadrick collaboration in Poland Meeting Justin Broadrick Seeing musicians that you admire wear your bands t-shirt Introducing new sounds to your band without alienating the audience Nirvana playing South Street Philadelphia, being too young to go Seeing Pantera at the Electric Factory as a 13 year old Seeing Rage Against The Machine on their demo Crowd surfing to Smashing Pumpins as teenager

Party Global
Global Party Talk with Pandoh EP 4

Party Global

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2020 82:35


The definition of the “Party Global” podcast is sharing the hottest nightlife stories around the world and discussing crazy party experiences. On this episode we welcome producer, dj, fraternity president, and travel extraordinaire Mr. Pandoh. On this episode expect to hear a lot of crazy frat stories, and wild travel stories. We also discuss the importance of travel and the reason why so many need to adventure off. 1:22 - 7:31 Opening for Galantis at the Electric Factory. 7:31 - 10:47 Running a Fraternity and what really happens behind close doors. 10:47 - 13:11 Sucked off at a Temple fraternity (I only fuck frat guys). 13:11 - 16:00 What’s it like to be the president of a frat and to throw parties? 16:00 - 17:38 Shots fired at the frat and gun violence. 17:38 - 21:18 The process of joining a frat. 21:18 -23:00 GO TRAVEL! 23:00 - 25:47 Hospitality in other countries. 25:47 - 28:22 Our Travel experiences and leaving Mexico City. 28:22 - 30:32 Hostel life and experience (anything goes). 30:32 - 32:04 Passing out in Amsterdam at a “coffee shop.” 32:04 - 36:00 Thai prison, and Underground Drug clubs. 36:00 - 37:39 Making friends abroad and meeting people at hostels. 37:39 - 39:31 Barcelona Nightlife & public urination. 39:31 - 41:42 Speaking English abroad. 41:42 - 42:47 Moses trips on acid and gives away his weed. 43:07 - 45:02 Greatest city; Drugs and Prostitution. 45:02 - 48:35 Pussy Abroad and getting girls. 48:35 - 49:43 Best Nightlife City and getting into Fights. 49:43 - 51:18 Toxic encounters and getting Scammed. 51:18 - 58:19 Getting robbed. Phone, wallet, and other shit stolen. 58:19 - 1:03:42 Party Global Vision. 1:03:42 - 1:09:28 Achieving Goals and Chasing Dreams. 1:09:28 - 1:16:12 First "Party Global" party and venue. 1:16:12 - 1:18:24 Long Term plan; chase happiness. 1:18:24 - 1:22:29 Pandoh Wraps it up. Party Global Links: https://linktr.ee/partyglobal

Coach's Corner
2016 State Championship |Pete Rumpke and Quinn Earley

Coach's Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2020 39:58


Coach Specht '86 and Will Reilly '09, after debating the 05 and 07 teams, talk with the 2016 team of destiny.  Founders of the Electric Factory, running back Quinn Earley '17 and Pete Rumpke '17 join to give their perspectives on the journey from being run ruled on ESPN to State Champions.

To All The Crowded Rooms
Episode 14: Sad & Boujee's Sean Salm • Voltage Lounge Talent Buyer

To All The Crowded Rooms

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2020 76:01


In this episode we sat down with Sean Salm. Sean runs Voltage Lounge and creator of Sad & Boujee Dance Party. We cover tons of awesome topics like talent buying, recovering a tour that is falling apart, running fire drills at a club, the creation of sad & boujee. Voltage is Philly’s best intimate venue to enjoy Live Music, Art, DJ’s, the BEST happy hour in the city, Located right next to the Electric Factory we have local craft brews on tap, a great food selection & an amazing staff! Visit our upstairs VIP deck, you won’t be disappointed.421 N. 7th St, Philadelphia PA – just seconds from Old City, Center City & Fishtown! One exit off the Ben Franklin Bridge!Sad & Boujee | THE EMO MEETS TRAP RAP PARTYSpinning everything from My Chemical Romance to Post Malone to Drake.Don't forget to LIKE, COMMENT, SHARE, AND SUBSCRIBE!Merch: https://dsgntree.com/to-all-the-crowd...Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6BmWp32...IG: @toallthecrowdedroomsFB: www.facebook.com/ToAllTheCrowdedRooms/Filmed/Edited/Graphic Design: @jmetzdesignAudio: Nick Silvidio & Mikey Lince

Ween Cast
Ween Cast Episode 20, May 27 2000, The Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA

Ween Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2020


Steeped midway through the year of “White Pepper”, Rory and Shane return to the Electric Factory for the second (and what would be final) Ween show for the venue.  Join us for our 20th episode spectacular filled with a crazy number of semi interesting circumstances as we discuss May 27th 2000 at the Electric Factory … Continue reading Ween Cast Episode 20, May 27 2000, The Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA →

Weezer Has Turned and Left Us Here
Episode 33: Frozen Christmas Songs

Weezer Has Turned and Left Us Here

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2019 51:28


It’s episode NUMBER THIRTY THREE of Weezer Has Turned and Left Us Here. Merry Christmas! This week, Sara and Matt talk two original Christmas songs by Weezer: The Christmas Song and Christmas Celebration. Plus, they discuss the epic Weezer music video for “Lost in the Woods,” from the Frozen II soundtrack. LINKS: Weezer - Lost in the Woods: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnEWs8D9zu8 Weezer - The Christmas Song (Original Mix): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqaP3OejN_g Weezer - The Christmas Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ggbzv4Lw0HU Coconut Sweetmeats: https://www.marthastewart.com/1160085/coconut-sweetmeats Weezer - Christmas Song - (3/03/01) - Electric Factory, PA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFqE6oHifdM Weezer - Christmas Celebration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3Rng2bQH2o Weezer Has Turned and Left Us Here is a podcast for both Weezer lovers and lapsed Weezer fans alike. Every week is a look at a different aspect of the band and its history. New episodes drop every Wednesday. Email us at weezerturnpod@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter at @weezerpod Follow us on Instagram at @weezerpod Like us on Facebook at http://facebook.com/weezerpod Follow Sara on Twitter at https://twitter.com/saraanjuliiyer Follow Sara on Instagram at https://instagram.com/saraiyer for cat videos Follow Matt on Twitter at https://twitter.com/fbihop Follow Matt on Instagram at https://instagram.com/fbihop for pictures of baseball hats Sara’s other podcasts are The Purrrcast (https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/the-purrrcast) and The Bluth, The Whole Bluth and Nothing But the Bluth (https://anchor.fm/tbtwbanbtb/). Logo by Dax Schaffer: http://www.daxschaffer.com/ https://www.instagram.com/daxschaffer/

Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast
Episode 71: Murder Adjacent

Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2019 110:50


Quizmasters Lee & Marc are joined by Zach and Taylor, the winner of Nice Guys Pizza’s five-year triviaversary! The guests recount their experience and share some trivia, along with Lee’s favorite questions of the week and a dip into Marc’s repository. Lee shares some strategies his own teams use for table-talk and sussing at live trivia events. Marc reveals his very subjective scoring methodology. Round One ACRONYMS - ‘RPM’ on a traditional record player stands for what? TERMS OF VENERY - What kind of bird can be called an "unkindness" or a "conspiracy" in a group, and is more skilled than parrots at mimicking human speech, and can also replicate other sounds from the human world like car engines revving or toilets flushing? AL-QEADA - Mohammad Atef and Osama Bin Laden were required to be on opposite teams when engaging in what activity? EXTINCT ANIMALS - Megatherium was a genus of what now extinct animal endemic to South America? ACADEMY AWARDS - Who gushingly accepted her Oscar with “I can’t believe that you like me. You really like me.”? GEOGRAPHY - The geographic center of the 48 contiguous states lies in what midwestern city, which shares its name with what Western Asian country that borders Syria? U.S. PRESIDENTS - What U.S. President was best known by his friends and families for driving unsuspecting marks straight into a lake in his amphicar? STATE BIRDS - Which bird, chosen to represent seven states, is the most common state bird? Missed Corrections “Janis Joplin’s band was called The Electric Factory, not the Electric Company.” - Lee “The director of Starship Troopers is Paul Verhoeven, not Paul Van Derhoeven.” - Lee “The Flying Dutchman written by Ricardo Walker? No, Richard Wagner wrote The Flying Dutchman, which I read up a bit on, seen as a level-up for the composer, though he distanced himself from the style in later years” - Lee “Was listening to this episode and the night before Halloween is also known as devil's night. It's a regional thing I guess.” - John Grupp “Not so much a miss-correction but more of clarification. Houdini didn't get punched on Halloween, he only died on Halloween... he was punched in the abdomen several times a little over a week before.. the guy asked if didn't believe in the feats in the bible was true, and then asked if it was true that he couldn't be hurt by being punched in the gut. The guy punch him several times while Houdini was sitting in a chair, he had a show days later, and refused medical treatment despite knowing he had appendicitis. His last words were... "I'm tired of fighting.... I don't want to keep fighting anymore" - Erik “What movie did Judge Reinhold play a judge in? None, he did play a courtroom judge on Arrested Development, as well as Clerks: The Animated Series.” - Lee “Dolly the Sheep’s DNA came from a mammary cell hence her namesake Dolly Parton.” - Taylor Round Two NINE INCH NAILS - The 2005 Nine Inch Nails album With Teeth featured drums performed by who on most tracks, including the single “Every Day Is Exactly The Same?” ASTRONOMY - What is the name of Mars’s largest moon? CATS AND LITERATURE - According to an obituary of the character’s creator published in the Los Angeles Times, what orange cartoon cat was named after a fictional character in Emily Brontë's novel Wuthering Heights? CHICKEN CHAINS - What famous Georgia chicken restaurant was founded by Zach McElroy and Tony Townley? REVOLUTIONARIES - What was Che Guevarra’s first name? GREEK ISLANDS - What Greek island is located northeast of Crete, southeast of Athens, and once featured a colossus, one of the seven wonders of the world? Rate My Question “ASTRONOMY - Which planet in our solar system is the closest to every other planet in our solar system for MOST of the time?” - submitted by Proverbial Lightkeeper Gil Final Questions U.S. GOVERNMENT - What Missouri congressman seeking election was dismayed to find his opponent was named ‘Richard A. Gephart?’ SEINFELD - Besides the main cast and Ruthie Cohen, a cashier at Monks Cafe, who appears in the background of over 100 episodes of the sitcom Seinfeld, what character is the second most frequently appearing character on the show Seinfeld, with 48 appearances? FENCING - Direct elimination fencing bouts are determined when time runs out or a player reaches what score? How many different tiles have a point value of ‘4’ in the game of Scrabble? Weekly Wrap Up November 2nd, 2019 @ No. 3 - The Office Trivia - Team Levinson (No Longer Levinson-Gould), 140 pts. November 4th, 2019 @ Palace - Trivia Newton John, 61 pts. November 5th, 2019 @ Gather - Tarpon Charlies, 78 pts. Novemver 7th, 2019 @ No. 3 Craft Brews & Beer Bar - As You Wish, 92 pts. Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges November 11th, 2019 – Cape Coral FL – 7:00 PM @ Palace Pub & Wine Bar. Categories for the quiz will include 80’s MUSIC, VIDEO GAMES, DINOSAURS, STRANGER THINGS, NEW YORK CITY THE TITANIC & more. Final question category will be ‘SEXY GINGER MEN’ selected by last week’s biggest learners. November 12th, 2019 – Cape Coral FL – 7:00 PM @ Gather. Categories for the quiz will include2019’s BEST SELLING BOOKS, CLASSIC ROCK, MOVIES FROM THE 1930’s, SPORTS, CHEESE, SCTV and more. The final wager question that evening will be a question about PHYSICS selected by ‘Tarpon Charlies’. November 14th, 2019 – Cape Coral, FL – 7:00 PM @ No. 3 Craft Brews & Beer Bar. Categories for the quiz will include SITCOMS, MODERN ROCK, BASEBALL, BOOKS, HELLO KITTY, TAROT CARDS and more. The final wager question that evening will be a question about CELEBS THAT DIED IN 2018 selected by ‘Get Your Beer Here’. Thank you Thanks to our supporters on Patreon. Thank you, Quizdaddies – Tommy (The Electric Mud) and Tim (Pat's Garden Service) Thank you, Team Captains – Rachael, Aaron, Kristen & Fletcher Thank you, Proverbial Lightkeepers – Nicole, Luc, Spencer, Hank, Dylan, Justin, Cooper, Elyse, Sarah, Brina, Karly, Kristopher, Josh, Gil, Shaun, Lucas and Max Thank you, Rumplesnailtskins – Manu, Jeff, Eric, Steven, Efren, Mike J., Mike C. If you'd like to support the podcast and gain access to bonus content, please visit http://theknowno.com and click "Support." Special Guests: Taylor and Zach.

The Rights To Ricky Sanchez: The Sixers (76ers) Podcast
Elton Brand (?!) Is The Sixers General Manager

The Rights To Ricky Sanchez: The Sixers (76ers) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2018 54:45


Elton Brand is the Sixers general manager now. This has been quite an amazing six years or so hasn’t it? We discuss the hire of guy who is on the shirt, former process Sixer, former Sevens GM, Old School Chevy, all-around good guy Elton Brand. We also talk briefly about Brett Brown’s press availability earlier today. It’s almost here. The Live Ricky III is Saturday night at the (former) Electric Factory. Dario Saric will be live on stage with us. Join us to give him the hero’s welcome as he finally comes over. It will be awesome. It’s all ages! 

The Rights To Ricky Sanchez: The Sixers (76ers) Podcast
Simmons and LeBron, Appreciating Embiid, Agent GMs and Sixers Over Unders

The Rights To Ricky Sanchez: The Sixers (76ers) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2018 58:36


We discuss the Eagles opener and Mike's Nick Foles takes just before getting into the ridiculous general manager search rumors (2:00), how we feel about Ben Simmons hanging out with LeBron (and Bieber) (21:00), we go Around The League with Ish Smith to talk about the LeBron/Durant rap song and whether we'd rather be a great athlete or musician (28:00), Andrew Unterberger's great piece on Embiid, and reflecting on how lucky we are to have him (34:00), Andrew Sharp's worst take ever (42:00), and some early Sixers over/unders (48:00).  Tickets are getting tight for the Live Ricky III at the Electric Factory on 9/22. Dario will be there. Process Hall of Fame Induction speeches will happen. A live performance by Felicia Ricci of "Imagine (The Process)," and much more. Don't complain when tickets are gone. Happens with the Lottery Party every year. All info is at our website and the event is all-ages. 

Ween Cast
Ween Cast Episode 8, August 28 1999, The Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA

Ween Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2018


  In this episode we go back to the city of brotherly love for the final show of the “Paintin the Town Brown” tour!  We get down with the get down on August 28th 1999 at the Electric Factory!

The Brooklyn Blast Furnace
Bonus Mini Episode - Jack Zabinski: No Option. Live from This Is Hardcore 2018.

The Brooklyn Blast Furnace

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2018 6:12


Being trapped inside The Electric Factory at This Is Hardcore 2018 for a couple hours due to pouring rain, I spotted Jack from the band "No Option" who opened the show on that Friday and asked to speak to him for a couple minutes. Being such a young band, I was pleasantly surprised by the reaction they got. Super nice kid in a dope band. Support them. They seem to "get it".

The Brooklyn Blast Furnace
Ep. 60 - Cody & Mark: Gloves Off. Live from This Is Hardcore 2018.

The Brooklyn Blast Furnace

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2018 54:02


Recorded Live from This Is Hardcore 2018 at The Electric Factory in Philadelphia. Cody (Vocals) and Mark (Bass) from "Gloves Off" sat down and chopped it up about everything from their upcoming Fastbreak Records release, to future shows to breaking each others chops constantly. I had a lot of fun doing this. Yes, it's hectic in the background and people make little cameo appearances... but this is what happens when you have no map to follow when doing a Live podcast from a hardcore festival with thousands of people. Thanks for listening.

The Brooklyn Blast Furnace
Bonus Mini Episode - Joe Stanley: Departed (NJ) Live from This Is Hardcore 2018.

The Brooklyn Blast Furnace

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2018 20:16


Recorded Live from The Electric Factory in Philadelphia at this year's This Is Hardcore Festival. I caught up with Joe Stanley, singer for Departed, ex Sicker Than Most and ex guitarist for Clubber Lang. We talk about the band, playing the fest, future plans for the band, the new Departed Beer brewed by Dark City Brewery in Asbury, New Jersey. Along with a cameo from Pat Duda, bass player for Departed, and a couple broken down van stories. Support these guys! Great guys and awesome band as well! Respect.

The Rights To Ricky Sanchez: The Sixers (76ers) Podcast
Important Announcement: He's Coming Over!

The Rights To Ricky Sanchez: The Sixers (76ers) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2018 10:19


He's finally coming over. Dario Saric will appear at Rights To Ricky Sanchez Live III on September 22nd at the Electric Factory. Pre-sale tickets go on sale Wednesday, and are only available for newsletter subscribers. Subscribe at the website. General public on sale is on Friday. This will sell out! All ticket information is available at rightstorickysanchez.com. 

Post-Pinkerton

Ep. 2. In today's episode, John talks about the Weezer B-Side "I Do" from the Green Album era. LISTEN: 1. "I Do" on YouTube 2. Weezer Live at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia (3/3/2001), featuring "I Do" at the top of the show 3. Billy Joel's "Leningrad" on YouTube | Apple Music | Spotify LYRICS: "I Do" at Genius MORE INFO: "I Do" at Weezerpedia  

On the Marc
On The Marc Episode 24 : Back to the Basics

On the Marc

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2018 28:40


Welcome back to On the Marc! On this episodes we get back to our roots. We bring back The Acting Hall of Fame and Italian of the Week along with a few new segments like The Electric Factory and You Cant Spit Shine a Turd. All this and more on this legendary episode of On the Marc.

Tales from the Pit
E01: Fine, we'll go first.

Tales from the Pit

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2017 39:11


Hops and LT talk about their own most memorable live music experiences: Dillinger Escape Plan at the Electric Factory in 2003, and Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings at the Apollo in 2007. We learn Hops is a dick, and things always have a way of coming together. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Helping Friendly Podcast
Episode 102: HF Pod Plays Dead

Helping Friendly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2017 98:29


Hello friends! This week we're doing something different: we're playing Dead. Jonathan took the lead on this experiment, and we hope you'll like it. If you do, we may do it more in the future. Let us know what you think. The Grateful Dead has of course been a huge influence on all of us, and we wanted to share some of our thoughts and the Dead's music with our listeners. The music in this episode is a mix made by Jonathan, made up of many different snippets of versions of The Other One. Hope you enjoy. Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review. -- Introduction, Cryptical Envelopment > Drums > The Other One (verse1) > Space > Spanish Jam > Mind Left Body Jam > The Other One (v2) > Cryptical Reprise Total Running Time- 69:34 Details: Introduction 00:00 > 00:03 1968-02-14 Carousel Ballroom- San Francisco, CA The Cryptical Envelopment > 00:03 > 00:52 1969-02-14 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA 00:52 > 02:13 1970-05-01 Alfred State College (S.U.N.Y.)- Alfred, New York 02:13 > 02:18 1969-02-14 Drums > 02:18 > 03:55 1970-05-01 03:55 > 04:30 1971-12-06 Felt Forum, Madison Square Garden- NY, NY The Other One > 04:30 > 04:41 [Intro*] 1969-02-14 1974-02-23 Winterland Arena- San Francisco, CA 1971-11-07 Harding Theatre- San Francisco, CA 1985-03-28 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum- Uniondale, NY 1979-10-27 Cape Cod Coliseum- South Yarmouth, MA 1985-06-30 Merriweather Post Pavilion- Columbia, MD 1974-02-23** 1972-05-16 Radio Luxembourg - Luxembourg, W. Germany 04:41 > 06:14 1971-11-07 06:14 > 07:13 1972-05-16 07:13 > 09:43 1968-10-12 Avalon Ballroom- San Francisco, CA 09:43 > 10:07 1985-06-30 10:07 > 10:34 1968-02-14 10:34 > 14:31 1972-05-16 14:31 > 19:25 1974-02-23 Space > 19:25 > 25:11 1989-08-19 Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA Spanish Jam > Mind Jeft Body Jam > 25:11 > 27:22 1992-06-22 Star Lake Amphitheater- Burgettstown, PA 27:22 > 32:05 1974-10-17 Winterland Arena- San Francisco, CA The Other One > 32:05 > 34:55 1974-02-23 34:55 > 38:19 1972-05-16 38:19 > 42:46 1972-08-22 Berkeley Community Theater- Berkeley, CA 42:46 > 47:30 1971-11-07 47:30 > 53:50 1973-03-31 War Memorial Auditorium- Buffalo, NY 53:50 > 55:58 1985-06-30 55:58 > 57:01 1968-02-14 Cryptical Reprise 57:01 > 58:29 1968-10-12 58:29 > 63:24 1970-05-01 63:24 > 68:24 1968-10-12 68:24 > 69:20 1970-05-01 69:20 > 69:34 1971-11-07 -All timings are approximate For the Other One Intro (aka the thumping bass crescendo followed by a catrostrophic (at its best!) bomb which intros most, but not all versions of The Other One) I overlayed several versions of this moment in order to give this some major oomph... One of two exceptions being the 1985-06-30 (MPP, Columbia, MD) clip which is actually from the Space which preceeded The Other One. The clip contains an simulated bomb and explosion generated via midi. See below for the other exception. * This is the entire 1974-02-23 The Other One (approx 29minutes) 'folded' much in the style of John Oswald who created the "GreyFolded" album. Essentially, I took the entire 29 minute track, cut it in half, reversed the second half and overlayed it onto the first. Then I repeated the process until the track was reduced to the 1 second version currently in this mix. Venue information is not repeated so as to keep things relatively tidy. All sources are lossless and from archive.org/audio and are in compliance with the ta(continued) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Loud! Fast! Philly!
LOUD! FAST! PHILLY! Episode 26: Bobby Startup of Hot Club

Loud! Fast! Philly!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2016 122:25


Bobby Startup/June 19, 2013 Joseph A. Gervasi interviews Bobby Startup about his time working with the Electric Factory in Philadelphia in the late 1960s and early 1970s, bringing punk bands to Philly at the Hot Club in the late 1970s, managing The Stray Cats, playing with hardcore punk band Autistic Behavior, a life-long passion for music, and much more.   The post LOUD! FAST! PHILLY! Episode 26: Bobby Startup of Hot Club appeared first on Cinepunx.

Everyday Companion PaniCast
PaniCast #70 Let's Get Down to Business, SHALL WE?!

Everyday Companion PaniCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2015


Good evening Ladies and Gents! It is hard to believe it has been SIX YEARS since we stopped doing these little nuggets of goodness...For this next first time out of the gate I am including some tasty treats from the start of spring tour 1999.The band is feeling firey right of the gate in Philly - in particular, listen for JBs vocal embellishments during the second chorus of Let's Get Down to Business.The quintessential Pleas > Chilly from Salem features a lazy jammy intro to Pleas that was indicative of how the band would get things going in Spring '99.Get excited about 1999, because I am going to be featuring a few more tracks from this under-appreciated Spring Tour in future weeks!I finish everything off with a couple of selections from the Stockholm Syndrome tour of 2004 at the Gothic in Denver Colorado. Stockholm Syndrome is a side project of David Schools featuring Jerry Joseph on guitar and vocals, Eric McFadden on lead guitar, Wally Ingram on drums and Danny Dziuk on keys. Their version of North is driving and includes a ZZ Top tease while their funky version of Coudn't Get it Right features a Down on the Farm tease.And finally, please tell your friends and neighbors we are back. Believe it or not these 'casts take a good bit of time to produce and it would be a waste if people weren't sharing this wonderful music.And finally a BIG THANK YOU to all of the tapers and fans who make these recordings and this wonderful project called the Everyday Companion possible.Peace, TedApril 10, 1999Electric FactoryPhiladelphia, PA(set one opener)Let's Get Down to Business,Pigeons,B of D >Rebirtha >Red Hot Mama >Diner >Greta >Goin' Out WestApril 9, 1999Salem, VA(set 2 opener)Pleas >Chilly Water >Dyin' Man >Chilly WaterStockholm SyndromeAugust 6, 2004Gothic TheaterEnglewood, CONorth >Couldn't Get it RightSource Info:4/10/99Source: Schoeps MK4 > Reutelhuber > DA-P1 @ 48 kHzLocation: FOB / DFC / ORTF / 6ftTaped by Jim Finn. Clone courtesy of Carter Lyle. Transferred by BobbyHurley.4/9/99Source:  (fob/dfc) Schoeps mk4 (ortf @ 6.5 ft.) > Reutelhuber > DA-P1 @ 48 kHzTaped by:  Jim Finn  (clone courtesy of Carter Lyle)Transfer by:  BobbyHurleyStockholm Syndrome8/6/04Taped and transferred by Todd RamsdenSource:  FOB, 3' LoC, Drink rail:  Audix m1290 > Lunatec V3 (optical out) > Nomad JB3DOWNLOAD the cast here(right click to save to hard drive):Everyday Companion Podcast #70Click here to subscribe through iTunes.

Umphrey's McGee Podcast
Podcast #42 - The Bottom Half preview, October 2006 part 1

Umphrey's McGee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2007 75:37


00:00 band intro 00:37 Bright Lights, Big City (The Bottom Half, out April 3rd) 04:21 interview segment #1 07:13 Higgins > 10:50 "Jimmy Stewart" > 20:24 Higgins (10.20.06 - Senator Theatre, Chico, California) 25:41 interview segment #2 27:03 Kat's Tune (10.05.06 - 9:30 Club, Washington, D.C.) 30:01 Smell the Mitten (10.07.06 - Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA) 37:10 interview segment #3 38:59 The Fussy Dutchman > 47:24 Mail Package 50:38 "Jimmy Stewart" > 56:30 Mail Package (10.02.06 - The Egg, Albany, New York) 61:15 interview segment #4 62:51 The Triple Wide* > 72:05 Can't Find My Way Home (10.07.06 - Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA) Total Broadcast Length 75:37 Notes: * with Take On Me (A-Ha) jam

Umphrey's McGee Podcast
Podcast #33 - May 2006 part 2

Umphrey's McGee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2006 76:54


00:00 Blue Echo* > 11:30 Wife Soup (05.06.06 - The Avalon, Boston, Massachusetts) 28:45 Home Again** (05.05.06 - Electric Factory, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 41:45 Morning Song (05.03.06 - Disco Rodeo, Raleigh, North Carolina) 49:41 Example 1 > 59:53 Andy's Last Beer (05.30.06 - Hoyt Sherman Place, Des Moines, Iowa) 66:41 We're Going to War^ (05.26.06 - Summer Camp, Chillicothe, Illinois) 72:32 Nopener^^ (05.03.06 - Disco Rodeo, Raleigh, North Carolina) Total Broadcast Length 76:54 Notes: * with Baba O'Reilly teases ** first time played (The Disco Biscuits) ^ with Michael Kang (String Cheese Incident) on fiddle ^^ lounge version A haunting Blue Echo opens up before sliding into an extended take on Wife Soup. Home Again was the result of a little band interplay with The Disco Biscuits, who on the same night in Chicago, performed In the Kitchen. Morning Song, one of Umphrey's newest tunes, was taken from 2 previous "Jimmy Stewarts", one of which was featured on Podcast 16. Michael Kang once again lends his fiddle to augment Umphrey's, a common occurence last summer on the Jammy award-winning Big Summer Classic tour. The lounge rendition of Nopener features Jake showing off his drum chops while Kris takes center stage.

Umphrey's McGee Podcast
Podcast #32 - May 2006 part 1

Umphrey's McGee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2006 74:30


00:00 Glory* > 08:06 2nd Self (05.05.06 - Electric Factory, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 14:53 FF > 23:08 Hangover (05.03.06 - Disco Rodeo, Raleigh, North Carolina) 30:40 Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > 45:12 Sweetness > 47:42 Resolution > 55:54 Hajimemashite > 60:52 Phil's Farm (05.04.06 - 9:30 Club, Washington, D.C.) Total Broadcast Length 74:30 Notes: * with Aceetobee (The Disco Biscuits) jam ** with Words tease

Umphrey's McGee Podcast
Podcast #16 - September 2005 part 2

Umphrey's McGee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2005 73:55


00:00 All in Time (09.17.05 - Electric Factory, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 12:05 Plunger (09.14.05 - Avalon, Boston, Massachusetts) 24:37 FF > 30:05 "Jimmy Stewart"* 35:12 White Man's Moccasins > 42:54 Great American (09.07.05 - Majestic Theater, Detroit, Michigan) 46:53 Ringo > 52:23 "Jimmy Stewart"* 60:47 Ringo (09.30.05 - The Pageant, St. Louis, Missouri) 61:56 Blue Echo** > 68:24 Hangover (09.13.05 - Pearl Street Ballroom, Northampton, Massachusetts) Total Broadcast Length 73:55 Notes: * with lyrics ** with Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution (AC/DC) intro More selections from September bring an extended take on the ending of Plunger, demonstrating yet another direction ths song can go. All in Time, FF, and Hangover are threee of the oldest songs in Umphrey's McGee songbook as well as consistent fan favorites.